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Year 2 of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands starts today with the free update Special Operation 1 which comes with a special Splinter Cell-themed mission featuring Sam Fisher. The game will be playable for free on all platforms this weekend April 12-15.

Special Operation I screens

  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation I screens

Special Operation Update

  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation Update
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation Update
  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation Update

Special Operation Art

  • Sam Fisher joins Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Special Operation Art
Sdarts
Sdarts
Commented on 2018-04-10 17:08:43
Hopefully, this means Ubisoft will reveal the new Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell game at this year's E3. Or that they at least picked up one of the sketches/proposals pitched for the franchise, that Ubisoft CEO, Yves Guillemot, said in an E3 interview last year.

Also, while Sam Fisher's voice seems to be from Michael Ironside, is it just me or does it sound rough like he has a cold or something? Or maybe it's a new voice actor with a very similar voice, but it sure sounds off to what I remember his voice sounds like.
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MikeManiac61
MikeManiac61
Commented on 2018-04-10 17:44:15
It sounds like Ironside to me, I don't know anyone else who could that voice.
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KORNdog
KORNdog
Commented on 2018-04-10 18:22:26 In reply to Sdarts
Posted by Sdarts
Hopefully, this means Ubisoft will reveal the new Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell game at this year's E3. Or that they at least picked up one of the sketches/proposals pitched for the franchise, that Ubisoft CEO, Yves Guillemot, said in an E3 interview last year.

Also, while Sam Fisher's voice seems to be from Michael Ironside, is it just me or does it sound rough like he has a cold or something? Or maybe it's a new voice actor with a very similar voice, but it sure sounds off to what I remember his voice sounds like.
Michael Ironside is old as fuck and we've literally not heard him as fisher for 8 years. i imagine he's just old and tired and his voice is reflecting that. it's why i'm not 100% sure i want him in a new SC game, at least not as the protag. i'd much rather have him in a Lambert-like role and you play as a new SC agent. it's what they should have done with blacklist but for some reason were idiots and just gave a younger more agile sam fisher a new younger sounding voice and thought we wouldn't notice. lol
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MikeManiac61
MikeManiac61
Commented on 2018-04-10 20:13:08 In reply to KORNdog
Posted by KORNdog
Michael Ironside is old as fuck and we've literally not heard him as fisher for 8 years. i imagine he's just old and tired and his voice is reflecting that. it's why i'm not 100% sure i want him in a new SC game, at least not as the protag. i'd much rather have him in a Lambert-like role and you play as a new SC agent. it's what they should have done with blacklist but for some reason were idiots and just gave a younger more agile sam fisher a new younger sounding voice and thought we wouldn't notice. lol
Yea, as I much as I want to be Fisher again, feels like Ironside is just nit feeling it. Hopefully a smaller role of there is another SC around the corner.
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b0vril
b0vril
Commented on 2018-04-10 21:00:06
Yea, creating a new central character makes alot more sense than wheeling out a very rusty sounding Sam Fisher.

I guess they could do a historical setting with a young fisher, old fisher narrating or something.
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Game2k
Game2k
Commented on 2018-04-10 22:15:46 In reply to Sdarts
Ubisoft states in its press release that Fisher is indeed voiced by Michael Ironside.
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radsy
radsy
Commented on 2018-04-10 23:23:26
I cant believe all these developers ruining there games by trying to appeal to the masses and non gamers .
I have noticed something this generation , if you piss off your initial fans , good luck getting them back .
They will just move to other games
Splinter cell was.awesome when you controlled sam fischer fully , rather than dumbing him down .
What worked for one game doesnt necessarily mean its gonna work for yours.
Games are great when the dev's want to make an awesome game .
Rule number 1 : the gamers are more important than the share holders

I used to love these games , but not anymore
Call of duty
Splinter cell
Hitman
Halo
Gta vice city

Etc........
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valcan_s
valcan_s
Commented on 2018-04-10 23:48:45 In reply to Sdarts
Posted by Sdarts
Hopefully, this means Ubisoft will reveal the new Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell game at this year's E3. Or that they at least picked up one of the sketches/proposals pitched for the franchise, that Ubisoft CEO, Yves Guillemot, said in an E3 interview last year.
This is exactly what I am thinking, I really hope so!
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Masakari
Masakari
Commented on 2018-04-10 23:52:02
Amazon had already posted a "Splinter Cell 2018" page with an E3 logo on it, now this. It's 100% confirmed they're revealing Splinter Cell 7 at E3, with Ironside back on board.
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